Cemetery Drive 1Cemetery Drive 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Happiness. That's all Frank felt at this very moment. Happiness, sitting next to Mikey on the couch as he sipped sweet smelling coffee as they avidly watched Dawn of the Dead. Though they've both seen this a million times, it doesn't get old.
Frank smiled and cuddled up against Mikey.
Mikey was never one to smile.
All his life people have asked him if he was okay, if he was mad, stuff like that, but it's just his face, sadly.
He just doesn't smile that much.
But when he says he's happy, people believe it. He never seemed the one to get too down in the dumps.
"I have an idea." Frank said.
Without speaking, Mikey averted his light brown eyes to the small man beside him. Frank smirked, his honey eyes glistening in the low light. Mikey was getting cautious, nervous of what Frank had in mind.
Frank always had the wildest ideas.
He was always up for something and had the craziest amounts of energy, inspiration bursting out of nowhere.
He was made of sunshine, Mikey would say.
Frank lunged at
Cemetery Drive 2Cemetery Drive 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"I made breakfast!" Mikey chirped, and moved towards the stove, sliding pancakes and bacon onto a plate. Soy bacon, of course.
Frank's a vegetarian. Mikey respects that and does what he can to support and help.
He set the plates on the table along with the butter container and syrup.
"Thanks, Mikey, babe." He smiled and scooped some butter onto his pancakes while nomming on a bacon strip.
He smiled and coated his fluffy pancakes in maple syrup, creating a honey brown pool around the edges. He cut them up into little pieces and began to eat.
"Ooh!" Frank exclaimed and stood up and retrieved the orange juice jug from the refrigerator and filled up too little glasses.
He smiled and kissed Mikey on the lips, his lips already feeling sticky. He didn't mind. They ate together in silence, but it was comfortable. They didn't mind. Just being next to each other was all it took to make them happy. They were inseparable.
When they finished their breakfast and downed the juice, they p